Carwilla is a unique offering to the market with its improvements, size and superb location within 16 kilometres or less than 15 minutes from the regional city of Wagga Wagga.
On one title of 454 acres, the land is first rate mixed farming country rated 95 per cent arable.
There are 324 acres of established lucerne pastures in three paddocks and a seven-acre paddock of oats.
The vendors have long term share farmed their crops and this year 115 acres of Murringo Lupins has been planted; the share farming agreement is on a 50/50 basis with the vendor's share transferring to the purchaser.
The sharefarmer retains their 50 per cent share at harvest 2021.
"At Carwilla you can move in and enjoy a country lifestyle and the spoils of the Lupins at harvest," selling agent Sally Douglas from Nutrien Harcourts Wagga Wagga said.
The vendors have long term produced prime lambs and wool, consistently running 300 ewes and 500 lambs.
Fenced to six main paddocks with a laneway running north south to the infrastructure.
Working improvements comprise a sheltered set of steel sheep yards with loading ramp, two stables with day yards and tack room, a three-bay steel machinery shed with one bay a cement floored lockable workshop with power.
Adjacent to the machinery shed is a container and two vehicle carport.
A Riverina water mains connection secures the home and troughs in all paddocks, plus there are two dams and rainwater storage tanks. The district annual average rainfall is approximately 530mm.
The Carwilla residence is set in a park-like garden surrounded by well-established trees and lawns.
Built of cement block the home has high ceilings, three bedrooms, an office, two bathrooms and a renovated kitchen with open plan living, heating and cooling.
An enclosed courtyard provides a sheltered outdoor entertaining space.
There is a single-vehicle garage and carport with space for two vehicles.
Carwilla is for sale by auction on Tuesday August 24 at the Riverine Club.